Question about Apple iPod nano
Okay, well you may have an issue with your iPod settings.
First: Plug your iPod into the PC and pull up iTunes
Second: Go to devices and go to "(Whatever you put)'s" iPod.
Third: look at Options and look at the ones you have checked. UNCHECK=Sync only checked songs and videos. UNCHECK= Manually manage songs and videos (just for extra precautions) and UNCHECK= Enable disk use (just for extra precautions).
Fourth: Go to Music and look at what you have checked. If you haven't already,check="Sync music" and under that "All songs and playlists." Also check=Include music videos and Display album artwork on iPod.
Fifth: Click "Sync" and hopefully that will solve you problem.
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
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